Thomas d’Ansembourg

Psychotherapist and certified trainer in Non-Violent Communication

A lawyer then a law company consultant for 15 years, Thomas was also in charge of an association taking care of young adults in difficulty. From 1994 he gives lectures and leads transformation workshops. He fosters work on knowledge and self-pacification which help people avoid ego traps, find alignment with one’s life force and put their talents to the benefit of the community. He believes that profound personal development is the key to sustainable social development. Author of the bestsellers Being genuine: Stop being nice, start being real which is also available in French and as an illustrated version in French, as well as Du Je au Nous – L’Intériorité Citoyenne : le meilleur de soi au service de tous (From I to Us, giving the best of yourself to society for the benefit of everyone), La Paix ça s’apprend (Learning peace) and Être heureux, ce n’est pas nécessairement confortable (Being happy doesn’t necessarily mean being comfortable) in an illustrated edition. (Being happy doesn’t necessarily mean being comfortable) in an illustrated edition.

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